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Offline Deb

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I've always marveled at people that had certain experiences during their childhood that made them choose related career paths or callings as they mature. For example, children with a handicapped or chronically ill sibling (or parent, or themselves) often choose to become a doctor, psychologist, or other medical-related professional, usually specific to that handicap or illness.

I made an internal connection the other day. (1) We choose our life circumstances before we come into/materialize these bodies. (2) The situations, trials and tribulations we set up for ourselves are for expansion and development of the individual/soul, the world and ATI (value fulfillment). (3) So we, pre-incarnation, choose life situations that are meant to steer us towards that value fulfillment. (4) We can wander off the path to value fulfillment due to free will. Spontaneity/gut feeling is a guidance system, but it's been trained out of us, which is why free will can sometimes throw us off course. And yet... see the first quote below. It appears that value fulfillment may trump free will. Yet many of us live by 'shoulds' rather than our own internal guidance system.

"If you had thoroughly remembered our material on value fulfillment, you would know that the only detriment to so-called free will is the built-in necessity for value fulfillment."
—TES3 Session 95 October 7, 1964

"There is no point in time as you know it, when the self is born. It is constantly in a state of becoming. It expands and develops in terms of value fulfillment, in a way that has nothing to do with space and time."
—TES3 Session 110 November 25, 1964

"They follow the law of value fulfillment, which on your plane is thought of as growth."
—TES2 Session 62 June 15, 1964

Each person seeks value fulfillment, and that means that they choose various lives in such a fashion that all of their abilities and capacities can be best developed, and in such a way that their world is also enriched.
— DEaVF2 Chapter 7: Session 911, April 28, 1980

"There is no drifting through life, then, but a built-in search for the fulfillment of values, whatever possible successes, conflicts, or failures may be involved, and no matter how modest or great or complex any of those qualities may be."
—TMA Session Four: August 18, 1980

"Value fulfillment means that each individual, each entity, of whatever nature, spontaneously, automatically seeks those conditions that are suited to its own fulfillment, and to the fulfillment of others."
—DEaVF2 Chapter 9: Session 922, October 13, 1980

"Individually and globewide, value fulfillment is in a fashion the purpose of all events. (Long pause.) Value fulfillment, again, is the impetus that drives the wheels of nature, so to speak."
—DEaVF2 Chapter 9: Session 932, August 4, 1981

"You are born knowing that you possess a unique, intimate sense of being that is itself, and that seeks its own fulfillment, and the fulfillment of others. [...] You are born seeking to add value to the quality of life, to add characteristics, energies, abilities to life that only you can individually contribute to the world, and to attain a state of being that is uniquely yours, while adding to the value fulfillment of the world."
—NoME Chapter 9: Session 862, June 25, 1979

"Your lifetime, you see, is basically not important in terms of years, but in terms of intensity and value fulfillment."
—TES8 Session 409 May 1, 1968

"In actuality, of course, people’s pleasure, if it were understood and pursued, would lead to far more fulfilling and productive work, or working lives, since individuals would automatically know how to choose productive activities that brought them pleasure, and that were then pursued for their own sakes."
—TPS6 Deleted Session July 27, 1981

"If growth is one of the most necessary laws of your camouflage universe, value fulfillment corresponds to it in the inner-reality universe."
—UR2 Appendix 12: (For Session 705)

Rob: "From him we’ve derived the idea that “value fulfillment” represents the creative development of hard-to-define values which increase the quality of life for any being, whether human or not—and not only in moral terms."
—DEaVF1 Preface by Seth: Private Session, Septembers 13, 1979

"As we mentioned earlier, each smallest atom or cell contains its own impetus toward growth and value fulfillment."
—WTH Chapter 5: April 9, 1984

Offline Sena

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"There is no drifting through life, then, but a built-in search for the fulfillment of values, whatever possible successes, conflicts, or failures may be involved, and no matter how modest or great or complex any of those qualities may be."
—TMA Session Four: August 18, 1980
This is interesting. What I infer from this is that by following Seth's teachings we should not expect a conflict-free or failure-free life. We are not following the path of least resistance, but if we have an overall objective Framework 2 will enable us to achieve that, albeit with some problems on the way.
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